Understanding interactions between human and biophysical elements of urban, rural and wildland ecosystems and landscapes.
The following staff are available to supervise honours and masters research in the field of fire ecology and biodiversity.
For more information and potential projects, see the Fire Ecology and Biodiversity group website.
How animals respond to disturbance, particularly fire.
Animal responses to landscape structure and change, particularly how past disturbances and connectivity are reflected in genetic diversity.
Species and community responses to fire and habitat change
Research into the effects of fire regimes on ecological processes such as animal movement, resource acquisition and species interactions.